Category Archives: Search Engine Roundtable

Video Recap of Weekly Search Buzz :: May 29, 2015

This week in search we covered a weird and drastic change to the Google local search results, but it seems it was a bug that was resolved. Google also now supports iOS apps with App Indexing. Google Now launched Google Now on Tap…

Google Upgrades AdWords Editor To v11.1

Google quietly announced on Google+ they have released a new version of the AdWords Editor, this is version 11.1.

In version 11.1 there were several upgrades, but Google noted only one in the announcement…

Google Now On Tap: Expanding Google Now Through App Indexing

Google announced yesterday at Google I/O a neat expansion of Google Now that will be built into Android M, the upcoming release of Android…

Google Answer For Stop Hiccups: Have an Orgasm

Okay, last one, I know I covered several funny Google Answers already but this one may take the cake…

Emojis Continue To Live On In Google’s Search Results

In the past month plus, there has been a lot of controversy around Emojis showing in the Google search results. So much so, Google said they will be dropping Emojis from displaying in the results…

Daily Search Forum Recap: May 28, 2015

Here is a recap of what happened in the search forums today, through the eyes of the Search Engine Roundtable and other search forums on the web…

SEOs Begin Mocking Google Answers

Yesterday we covered how Google showed an unscientific answer to what happened to the dinosaurs. Since then, I’ve been seeing tons of mentions of issues with Google Answers…

Google Fixes Local Search Problems?

Earlier this week, we reported about massive local search ranking changes with Google and also covered how Google was investigating these reports. Last night, I also reported at Search Engine Land that Google won’t say much about these changes…

Bing Image How Old Bot Search Age Detection

Bing announced they are rolling out a new tool named how-old.net directly into Bing Image search. It is a person image age detection tool that sometimes works incredibly well and sometimes not…